Fraser Whineray appointed new Jarden chair

Fraser Whineray appointed new Jarden chair
Fraser Whineray will start the role on July 22. (Image: Fonterra)
Murray Jones
Fraser Whineray has been announced as the new executive chair of Jarden. The dual New Zealand and Australian citizen will officially start the role on July 22.Bill Trotter, who has spent 22 years as executive chair, will become director of the board. Trotter said: “A new chair is crucial to guiding Jarden through its next phase, particularly as we strengthen our client focus across Australasia. Fraser is one of the most outstanding leaders I know, who will undoubtedly sustain our momentum and drive our strategic objectives forwa...

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